Jimmy Buffett Was The True Star Of 'Jurassic World,' Says The Internet

Disclaimer: There are minor "Jurassic World" spoilers contained within this post.

"Jurassic World" is the biggest movie in the world.

By virtue of the transitive property, one would think its star, Chris Pratt, is the biggest movie star in the world.

But if you take the Internet's word for it, that is certainly not the case.

Another star has risen to the top of that list, and his name is Jimmy Buffett.

Buffett, the singer of songs like "Margaritaville" and "Cheeseburger in Paradise," had a brief cameo in "Jurassic World."

In a scene in which flying dinosaurs attack, a man in sunglasses can be seen running away, clutching two margaritas.

That man is none other than Buffett.

The scene seems to be a crowd favorite.

Best part of Jurassic World is when the dude grabs two margaritas before running away from the man-eating dinosaurs. #priorities — Kate Googins (@bananadook) June 15, 2015
My favorite part of #JurassicWorld was Margarita Man, who makes sure he grabs his two margaritas before running away. — Jorge Gomez (@jgomez89) June 15, 2015
My favorite character from #JurassicWorld? The guy running from the chaos with two margaritas in his hands. #Priorities...He has 'em! — Code_Curly (@Curly_Nics) June 15, 2015

Here's an illustration of what the scene looks like roughly.

Little did most people realize, that man is Jimmy Buffett himself. Buffett is friends with the film's producer.

Look for @jimmybuffett and Margaritaville in @JurassicPark in theaters tomorrow! Details here: http://t.co/trHrRbGnhd pic.twitter.com/HmDXPP4JTc — Margaritaville (@Margaritaville) June 11, 2015

Buffett's restaurant Margaritaville was even a part of the park in the film.

Official bartender at the JURASSIC WORLD Margaritaville, Isla Nublar! #FlashbackFriday @JurassicPark @Margaritaville pic.twitter.com/qfG5X7w4IL — Frank Marshall (@LeDoctor) June 6, 2015

Citations: The Hero Of Jurassic World Is Not Chris Pratt But The Man Double Fisting Margaritas (Buzzfeed)